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How can I get involved?

Through the 21st of June, you can contribute your thoughts on the Paris declaration via email at oerdeclaration(at)unesco.org. What would you say to urge governments to openly license publicly funded educational materials? How would open resources strengthen your own education and improve life in your community?

If you can’t make it to Paris, you can still join us by following a live web stream of the Congress.
You can also send Tweets from Identi.ca or Twitter using the tag #oercongress. Share your questions, as well as your educational challenges and successes to help us convince global governments of the importance of OERs!  

For more information on how you can take advantage of OERs, visit the UNESCO OER Programme website.

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